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Rare Annex copy 1: Gift of Henry W. Sage
392 p. 27 cm
December 28, 2015
I HAVE NOT D-LOADED TO EPUB YET
So I cannot give a true review of it without downloading to my reader and finding whether the images have been properly COPIED (so many in archive by user "tpb"- "Google" books- are execrable and lack all necessary images), but the online version of course would display the images properly- BUT
What a treasure! Can you imagine receiving this book as a gift in the late 1800s?? The cost alone...
This would be a fantastic title to own the hard copy for the bookshelf.
December 26, 2015
A very good scan
Contains a ton of illustrations, all faithfully reproduced.